Five signs that you may need to be speaking up more in your relationships

It is a common experience to feel more comfortable to speak up with some people in our lives, and less comfortable with others. Perhaps those we have known longer and have earned more trust with; those we know it will be ok even if we disagree with one another. However, [...]

April 21st, 2019|

Four ways to make friends in a new city

Toronto is a big city that welcomes new individuals every single day. People move here for a variety of reasons, including education, career, culture and education. Despite the numerous opportunities available, it can sometimes be hard to meet new people. Here are four ways you can begin to make friends [...]

March 7th, 2019|

Speaking about your (mental) health diagnosis with others

When we have received a new diagnosis, we require some time to try to make sense of this diagnosis ourselves. We turn to credible health providers that we work with for key information, and we may also turn to the internet to educate ourselves further. Often however, even as we [...]

February 3rd, 2019|

Three strategies to tackle anxiety and depression

  When speaking to clients, I often remind them that mental health is an important part of their overall health. This is reflected in the stats that are often found in popular media: that one in five individuals has a mental health condition. Many people find this especially true in [...]

January 21st, 2019|
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